In our Visitor's Center, we offer a variety of gift baskets. These make great gifts for any occasion...

We also carry an array of gift bags and accessories...
Wine Accessories
And if your interested in making your own wine, we carry all the supplies to get you going...

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Tennessee Mountainview Wines

Our winery produces a vast selection of fine wines for all tastes, ranging from dry, semi-sweet, to sweet. Come experience your wine amidst the natural beauty and charm featuring incredible views of the Appalachian Mountains!

Muscadine Blush, $10.99
A southern style wine known for its own unique robust flavor.
Scuppernong, $10.99
This wine is made from the white Muscadine grape native to the southeast creating a distinct flavor with a sweet aroma.
Chambourcin, $12.99
This wine is light bodied with a spicy overtone.
Mountain Falls (Niagara Grape), $9.99
A white Native American grape makes this special wine with a soft floral aroma creating a smooth delicate flavor.

Cayuga White, $10.99
Refreshing with soft fruit flavors.

Mountain Rouge (Concord), $9.99
This wine is made from the Concord grape, its smooth body releases a lush pleasing fruit flavor. 
Mountain Rose (Blended Grapes), $10.99
A special blend of Concord and Catawba grapes gives this wine a charming balance of fruit tastes with a smooth completion.
Mountain Mist (Catawba Grape), $9.99
This wine has a nice balance of flavor with a tart start and a sweet finish and is made from the Catawba grape. 
Strawberry, $9.99
A flavorful wine with the aroma of strawberry jam.

Raspberry, $14.99
Our Raspberry wine is pleasing to the palate and full of flavor.

Apple, $9.99
Sweet and Crisp.
Blackberry, $12.99
Gentle sweet with a soft finish.
Blueberry, $15.99
Our blueberry wine is full bodied made totally of fresh blueberries creating a rich smooth wine with a deep flavor.
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